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Hearing loss is often associated with older people. With constant exposure to loud sounds and noises, the ears get damaged over the years and this results in hearing loss. However, it is not only the old people that are prone to hearing loss. Exposure to very loud sounds can lead to a problem in hearing with younger people as well.
You have gone through the hard part now onto the follow-up process. After your initial appointment with your new hearing health professional you will have been advised as to your next course of action to take whether to purchase hearing aids to go follow-up in six to 12 months. If you decided to purchase hearing aids your hearing health professional
Do you have trouble listening to conversations in public? Do you frequently ask people to repeat themselves? Do you have to raise the volume of the TV or radio all the time? If you answered yes to most of the questions, then you are most likely suffering from some degree of hearing loss. But don’t worry, you are not alone.
We often associate hearing loss with aging, but not everyone who's over a certain age has poor hearing. Plus, hearing loss can affect young adults and even children. Why is it some people develop hearing loss and others don't? Hearing loss and your environment Your environment is one factor that can affect your risk for hearing loss, especially exposure to
How much of an issue is hearing loss for you? There are many reasons why someone with hearing loss turns their back on the problem and doesn’t take action. However, many of those reasons are flawed, and a hearing test with a qualified audiologist could go a long way to allaying those concerns and correct the problem. A common misconception